O by Kissaki
O by KHG's mission is to take diners on a culinary exploration through their senses. Expanding beyond the omakase focus of Kissaki's flagship, O focuses on a blend of Japanese and Italian cuisine commonly known in Japan as Itameshi, which translates simply into an Italian meal. On small plates, skewered foods, hot ingredients fresh from the robata grill, and sushi are served alongside craft cocktails and sake. O's menu strives to be unique and innovative. Try something new with us.
About Kissaki Hospitality Group
At Kissaki Hospitality Group, we believe in honoring and sharing traditional Japanese cuisine with the world. Our restaurants root themselves in kaiseki tradition and base their dishes in mindful sourcing and quality. Designed to take diners on a culinary exploration through their senses. Kissaki welcomes you to join use for a unique experience at one of our beautifully designed restaurants.
Executive Chef / Partner Mark Garcia draws from his unrelenting passion to cultivate a culinary experience where everyone feels at home. Kissaki was the next step in Chef Mark’s culinary evolution. He refined his overall vision and created his remarkable style of Omakase. This commitment to excellence is the reason why every Kissaki has the highest standard of service, knowledge, and hospitality.
Owner Garry Kanfer is a serial entrepreneur, founder, and a father of three. Kanfer is the founder of Big Drop, a full-service digital agency, servicing Fortune 500 clients. Known for building brands and designing world-class digital experiences, Big Drop was integral to the creation of the Kissaki brand. As a self-described “sushi addict”, launching a one-of-a-kind omakase experience was the natural next step for Kanfer. When COVID-19 hit NYC, Kanfer spearheaded Kissaki’s overnight transformation to a rapid production take-out model and now has expanded to open Kissaki locations in NoHo, the Upper West Side, Long Island City, Water Mill and Greenwich, CT. This is in addition to opening summer pop ups in Montauk and on the Gansevoort Rooftop.